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Old 08 Jun 2004, 07:55 pm
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Default Mopar/Borla exhaust instruction sheet

I recently picked up the Mopar/Borla exhaust for my '03 GT. When I opened the box, I found that all of the hardware was never packed in the box from the factory. Long story short: I contacted JR Motorsports who I bought it from, they contacted Borla, Borla contacted me, and I just received the missing clamps, hanger, etc. The one thing I'm still missing is the instruction sheet and the template for cutting the rear bumper.

Anyone happen to know if they're posted online somewhere? Borla's website doesn't have them. The installation seems pretty straightfoward. I'm just not sure where to mount the extra hanger for the right side exhaust pipe and the cutting template might come in handy. Although I could probably use the dementions from the left side cutout as a basis for cutting the hole.

Any help is appreciated. Thanks.
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Old 08 Jun 2004, 11:15 pm
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I still have the instruction sheet but it really isnt needed. Just unbolt your stock and rebolt the new. As far as the template...I didnt really use tha either. It was better for me to bolt up the exhaust and spin the extra pipe up to the bumper to see where it would exactly line up. If you need any help, I just installed mine about a month ago but its still pretty fresh.
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Old 08 Jun 2004, 11:47 pm
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I'm with hoop..the install is easy and I tried to use the template but I found it easier to just measure the other side. I used a heavy duty box cutter and it worked fine.My only other suggestion is to torque the clamps to about 45-50 pounds instead of the 30-35 the instructions front pipe was letting air sputter out.
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Old 10 Jun 2004, 04:33 pm
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Call me silly, but I would have the pipes welded where they are clamped!
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